Graffiti Alley

Graffiti Alley

To deal with St. Catharines’ graffiti problem, local businesses teamed up to showcase the work of dozens of graffiti artists from across the province. The alleyway in between James Street and the parallel Garden Park is now a dedicated area for serious artists – and features some seriously awesome graffiti. Check it out.

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baroom

Mississauga, Canada

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First time coming here but have known about this place from Rick Mercer Report rant segments on TV years ago. Graffiti Alley is about a km of graffiti-filled walls stretching from Spadina Ave to...

MaraFromToronto

Toronto

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This 1 km. stretch is full of whimsical graffiti, and there is lots to see as you stroll! It is in an area with many interesting places to eat, drink and shop, so plan on spending some time around...

Daisycasio

Toronto, Canada

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It's pretty cool how graffiti turned into an urban art and became iconic for a city. I love the creativity. It's an alley so there are trashcans and trash but negligible. Just wish it was cleaner.

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